"rinsing... can spray juices and any bacteria already there as far as three
feet, coating surfaces with an unseen mist of yuck"That's
why I rinse, and get the Bird to where it needs to be- THEN I clean the sink
area and every where else.. and myself, etc. Once the Bird is 'a
roastin' then I clean again if anywhere else could even remotely have been
within a few feet of 'raw bird' before doing any other cooking. I also
rinse anything in the sink with soapy water and put in the dishwasher before
even touching anything else.Yes, I'm paranoid- but because of
that this article doesn't really help people like me. I'm not saying
it's a bad point to bring up, quite the contrary. I'm just adding that
washing is still important, just with precautions! :)
But since it's thanksgiving, let's remember to be thankful and look on
the bright side.Sure, salomanella's a bad thing... unless
you're on a weightloss program, and then all that loss of resolve is
resolved by a loss of one's stomach contents in rapid order.
Use a covered roaster. By all means use the thermometer to make sure, but the
covered roaster keeps things as moist as moist as it can be. It also provides a
huge margin of error as it cannot dry out.
The article states that "Salmonella is a nasty bacteria. Most person
infected with it developed diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps". I always
thought diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps are caused by overeating. The
poor salmonella bacteria has no room to breath in your system. So it's
trying to escape from being choked in there.